Initially designed with cedar cladding, the external recycled brick at this Elsternwick House was partly in response to a covenant on the title, demonstrating the versatility of the ‘California’ model.
What it also demonstrated was the flexibility of our client Monique, not phased by the change to the exterior and excited to see the project come to life.
Here, Monique shares her journey with InForm.
Kanako Nakanishi is the principle interior designer at our partner architects, Pleysier Perkins. Hailing from Tokyo, Kanako brings a sensibility reflective of the Japanese aesthetic into her work – simple, de-cluttered and natural interiors that create a calm living environment.
The exclusive architects for InForm, Pleysier Perkins is a busy studio based in the heart of Prahran. We sat down with Simon Perkins, the head honcho when it comes to all things architecture at InForm, to talk about the design process and some of his favourite works across the globe.
After a sunny day spent shooting a recently completed residence in Alphington, we asked our client to share his experience with InForm.
A house of two halves, the two-storey ‘Quad’ inspired front portion takes advantage of park views from the first floor master bedroom and lounge. A single storey pavilion-like structure accommodates the kitchen, meals and living area at the rear.
Here, Sascha shares his take on building with InForm and talks us through his favourite aspects of his new home.
We teamed up with photographer Derek Swalwell and stylist Heather Nette King to photograph a recently completed coastal residence in Sorrento during early March.
Reflecting the undulating topography of the site, this holiday house is composed of a series of stepped pavilions. The main house accommodates the kitchen, meals and living space, master bedroom and guest bedroom, while a separate pavilion linked by the deck incorporates two further bedrooms.
During the shoot, we sat down with InForm client, Maggie to find out a bit about her experience with InForm and how their new home is shaping up.